MALA: Former Maldives president and present parliamentary speaker Mohamed Nasheed underwent extra surgical procedure on Friday following an assassination try, because the nation’s chief vowed to carry the perpetrators to justice.

Following the Thursday evening assassination try, Nasheed, 53, underwent three surgical procedures to take away shrapnel from his lungs and liver, officers mentioned. 

In a televised tackle to the nation, President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih introduced {that a} workforce from the Australian Federal Police (AFP) would arrive on Saturday to help the investigation.

Solih described the assault as an assault on the fledgling democracy, promising the perpetrators “would face the total drive of the regulation.” Maldivian police mentioned they had been treating Thursday’s bomb assault as an “act of terrorism” and urged the general public to supply any data that might determine the perpetrators.

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